Whether you’re living in the luxurious restored Victorian row houses, or the brand new luxury buildings opening this year in the South End - 100 Shawmut or The Quinn - you have a unique variety of restaurant options to choose from.
A Spanish inspired tapas restaurant located on 1704 Washington Street in the South End. Unlike some Boston restaurants, Toro opens early for lunch during the week. The Food Lens lists off some Must-Have’s at Toro, including their Paella Valenciana, a very well-known dish of Spain. Toro does not take reservations for dinner, so hurry over after work.
An Italian restaurant that offers an experience for every occasion - private parties and events downstairs with a private bar, a romantic upstairs dining area with rustic furniture, and outdoor seating for warmer months of the year.
Located at the corner at 560 Harrison Ave, Gaslight is a French Brasserie perfect for any occasion - brunch, late-night, large parties, etc. They have a wine list of over 20 French wines. Pair one of their wines with one of their dinner options. You can also try their “Plats Du Jour” - Dish of the day - a different option for every day of the week.
The same chef of Cinquecento and Gaslight - Seth Woods - is also is the restaurateur of Aquitaine - a Parisian-inspired French bistro. Similar menu options to Gaslight Brasserie. Aquitaine offers brunch on weekends and lunch and dinner all week long. Make a reservation here.
If you’re looking for something a little different - Southern Proper is a southern themed restaurant brought from North Carolina where you can enjoy fried chicken, BBQ dishes, Shrimp & Grits, and southern style side options including biscuits and cornbread. Executive Chef and restaurant owner Jason Cheek brought traditional southern foods up North to Boston.